The Leadership, Crisis and Conflict Management Programme is focused on four core issues:
In order to address these issues, the programme engages in three main activities:
L'analyse de Dr Jean-Marc Rickli.
Interview with co-directors Peter Cunningham and Dr Patrick Sweet
By former GCSP Excutive-in-Residence Rebecca Chung
Leadership and strategy are essential elements in addressing increasingly complex international peace and security challenges.
Risk and resilience have risen conceptually as strategic and calculated responses to the needs of societies, organisations, business and governments addressing increasingly complex threats.
Peacebuilding reduces the risk of lapsing or relapsing into conflict by strengthening national capacities at all levels for conflict management, to lay the foundation for sustainable peace and development.
Crisis management involves mitigating the effects of natural disasters, ending conflicts, understanding transnational terrorism, or dealing with a complex combination of both natural and man-made disasters.
An innovative war game
A GCSP Public Discussion
Issue No. 2
Discover the new Asian Conflicts Report